Posts Tagged ‘short stories’

Ghostly Whispers Available In Print

Ghostly Whispers, Secret Voices, my collection of six dark and surprising tales, has been available as a Kindle ebook for several years. During that time I’ve heard from people who told me they would rather hold a physical print book in their hands and wished Ghostly Whispers was available in paperback. I’ve not read more…

New Horror Story Anthology

It seems readers never tire of dark tales designed to leave us with sweaty palms and racing hearts. So when I was asked if I was interested in being one of the twelve award-winning writers whose work would be featured in a new horror story anthology, I immediately said yes.  And I knew read more…

New horror anthology

When my friend and award-winning author Ken Pelham, told me he wanted to assemble a collection of short stories for a modern horror anthology, I told him to count me in. Of course, I don’t regularly write horror stories (and don’t let me hear any cracks about my “horrible” stories), but I had read more…

The Strange Case of Lord Byron’s Lover Wins Award

When I agreed to write a story for The Prometheus Saga, a science-fiction anthology, I wasn’t sure what I’d write about, or even if I could pen a SF tale since I’m primarily a mystery writer. But The Strange Case of Lord Byron’s Lover has not only proven to be a hit with readers, but read more…

Alvarium Co-Creator Tells All

From time to time I’ve turned this blog over to a guest in order to introduce you to some of my favorite writers. Today’s guest post is an interview with Ken Pelham, one of the award-winning authors you’ll find in “The Prometheus Saga,” an anthology of short stories examining a single premise read more…

Launch of “The Prometheus Saga”

The date has been set for the simultaneous launch of fourteen stories by thirteen award-winning writers. On Monday, January 26, all fourteen stories will go on sale as Kindle ebooks, each for only 99-cents. They are an amazing array of genre-bending stories, interpreting a singular premise in unique ways. My story, “The read more…

The Prometheus Saga

Most of us know that Mary Shelley wrote Frankenstein, thought to be the very first science fiction novel. The book was published in 1818, and quickly became a cult classic. But did you know that between 1910 and 1994 there were more than 70 major feature films made based either directly or indirectly read more…

Ready for the Beehive?

There’s a new reading experience on the horizon. We call it The Alvarium Experiment. An alvarium is a beehive, a colony working toward a common goal. In this case, the goal isn’t sweet honey, but an anthology, a collection of stories built around a common theme.

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